Valley Springs

Valley Springs’ beautiful reservoirs are all within half an hour of each other. Each offers different recreational opportunities, and a variety of topography, geographical features, wildlife and birds. Hit the links while you’re here at La Contenta’s championship golf course. When visiting our beautiful environment, remember to Hop Lightly.

Valley Springs: New Hogan Lake

The furthest east of the Valley Springs Lakes, New Hogan is spectacularly beautiful, with pristine lakeside picnic tables and campsites all offering well laid out, thoughtful design with gorgeous views in mind. In addition, there are two 9-hole disc golf courses for your enjoyment. Green in spring and winter, the landscape turns golden, dotted with deciduous oak trees in summer.

New Hogan Lake
Picnic tables overlooking beautiful New Hogan Lake

Valley Springs: Pardee Lake

Fed by the Mokelumne River which makes the natural boundary between Calaveras and Amador Counties, Pardee Lake is just a few minutes from Valley Springs. The lake is stocked with Rainbow Trout and you can also find multiple other popular fishing species for your time on the lake. Rent boats, camp in tents or RVs and enjoy the beautiful views.

Pardee Lake
Pardee Lake

Valley Springs: Lake Camanche

Further west along the Mokelumne River, we come to Camanche Reservoir with its North Shore in Amador County and South Shore in Calaveras County. Here you can enjoy equestrian camping, tent camping, RV camping and even vacation home or cottage rentals. Hire speedboats, pontoons, party boats, kayaks or paddle boards by the hour or day.

Lake Camanche tent camping
Tent camping at Lake Camanche

Valley Springs: La Contenta Golf Club

More outdoor recreation is available at popular La Contenta Golf Club with its 18-hole, championship golf course, pro shop, restaurant and lounge.¬†It’s also a favorite venue for weddings and special events.

La Contenta golf course
La Contenta golf course